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Italian
Born
San Leonardo, Borgo di (Bergamo) 1655-03-04
Saur 2007
Deceased
Bergamo 1743-12-03
Saur 2007
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son of painter Domenico Ghislandi
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contributed to several of Bombelli's and Adler's portraits (Saur 2007)
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Biographical information
Active in
  • Bergamo 1670 - 1675
    studied shortly in the workshops of Bianchini and Cotta; left Bergamo after a quarrel with his father (Saur 2007)
  • Venetië 1675 - 1688
    was here pupil of portrait painter Sebastiano Bombelli (Saur 2007)
  • Bergamo 1688
    returned briefly for a commission (Saur 2007)
  • Venetië 1691 - 1701
    Saur 2007
  • Bergamo 1701 - 1720
    Saur 2007
  • Milaan 1705
    c. ; collaborated with Salomon Adler in Milan in this period (Saur 2007)
  • Bologna 1717
    Saur 2007
  • Rome 1717 - 1718
    was called to Rome for a commission (Saur 2007)
  • Milaan 1730 - 1740
    ended his career in Milan, last known work dating from 1740 (Saur 2007)
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portrait
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Bergamo School
Entered on: 1991-12-15; Modification on: 2019-08-05

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